Ancient Portals around the Globe: The Ancient Gate of Hayu Marka and Mada’in Saleh


Ancient Portals around the Globe: The Ancient Gate of Hayu Marka and Mada’in Saleh display remarkable similarities which are beyond fascinating.

Is it possible —as legends suggest— that these ancient sites go far beyond our rational understanding and that they are in fact ‘ancient stargates’ leading towards distant places elsewhere in the cosmos? 

Amazing Stargates
Above image Hayu Marka in modern-day Peru. The image below shows Mada’in Saleh.

Is it possible that Stargate aka Portals exist around the globe? Or are legends that speak of such portals nothing but ancient myths?

There are numerous ancient sites around the world which display fascinating properties that archaeologists cannot explain. Various ancient sites all across the planet are proof that thousands of years ago, ancient cultures knew of a lost technology that has been lost in modern times.

Ancient sites like the Gate of Hayu Marka in South America and Mada’in Saleh in Africa display fascinating similarities not only in their construction but also in their extensive history that speaks of fascinating details.

Locals consider these ancient sites as powerful places with mystical powers. These strange doorways were created by civilizations thousands of years ago for mysterious reasons. Why build gigantic doors into solid rock? Were these sites created to support local legends? If so, why are these legends not an isolated phenomenon?

In fact, there are dozens of ancient sites around the globe displaying fascinating similarities as if ancient cultures were interconnected somehow.

Our first site of interest is Hayu Marka in modern-day Peru. This ancient ‘Stargate’ is found near Lake Titicaca and is referred to by locals as Maru Muru, but many know it as the Gateway of the Gods.

Legends say that this door will open one day and welcome the creator gods of all mankind. These gods are said to return in their “Solar Ships” and all of humanity will be in awe.

However, since time immemorial, this region has been revered by local natives who actually consider it as the “city of the gods.”

Even though to date only a few structures have been discovered, researchers believe that there are numerous monuments hidden beneath the surface.

The enigmatic “Gate of the gods” was ‘discovered’ by accident when local tour guide Jose Luis Delgado Mamani was hiking in the surrounding area.

Mamani stated that he had long before dreamed about this structure and saw what appeared to be a door covered with pink marble with several figures located to the sides.

These visions are closely linked to the legends of the native Indians of the area that tell that this “door” was a “gateway to the land of the Gods.”

Legends speak that in the distant past, great heroes crossed into the land of the gods, enjoying a prosperous and glorious immortal life.

Among the most popular legends is one that says that during the time of the Spanish conquest, an Incan priest called Amaru Muru, from the temple of the seven rays fled from his temple with a sacred golden disk known as “the key to the gods of the seven rays.“

The priest hid in the mountains of Hayu Brand afraid that the Spanish might take the key from him.

Later the priest arrived at the “Gate of the Gods” at Hayu Marca, where he showed the key to several priests and shamans of the area.

After they had performed a ritual, the door opened with a blue light emanating from it.

The priest, Amaru Muru handed the golden disk to one of the shamans and entered the door, he was never seen again.

This amazing story sounds eerily similar to what we today refer to as a stargate or portal. While modern science believes such travel is impossible, legends all around the globe speak of travel through mysterious ‘gates’ thousands of years ago.

But Hayu Marka in modern-day Peru isn’t the only one.

Qasr al Farid, tomb in Archeological site Mada'in Saleh, Al-`Ula, Saudi Arabia
Qasr al-Farid, a tomb in Archeological site Mada’in Saleh, Al-`Ula, Saudi Arabia. Image Credit

Another archaeological site located in Mada’in Saleh in Saudi Arabia offers further fascinating details. The ancient site was believed to have been erected by the ancient Thamud people who inhabited the region from at least the first millennium BC.

According to the Qur’an, the ancient Thamud people inhabited the area after Noah but before Morses. Ancient Islamic Text suggests the Thamudis —who intricately carved their homes and temples out of the mountains—were punished by Allah because of their idol worship. The Thamudic people were struck by earthquakes and lightning blasts.

Still today, the ancient site hold a reputation as being a cursed place.

But interestingly, the ancient site of Mada’in Saleh and the “Gate of the gods” at Hayu Marka share fascinating details in their construction. Both were carved out of a huge piece of rock.

What was the actual purpose of these giant gate-like monuments? Were they created as ancient tombs as mainstream scholars point out? If so, where are the occupants of these tombs? Were the mysterious doorways that do not lead anywhere built for aesthetic or spiritual reasons? Or is it possible there is another significance to them?

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Is it possible that both Mada’in Saleh and the “Gate of the gods” at Hayu Marka are in fact ancient stargates that were left behind by highly sophisticated civilizations? Were they real-life stargates leading to different planets or even dimensions? Are they part of a long-lost ancient technology?

There are countless questions that remain unanswered but for us to understand these ancient sites and their real meaning, we need to let go of the strict patterns set into place by mainstream scholars which maintain that thousands of years  ago, ancient civilizations around the globe were not connected with each other and that advanced technology did not exist thousands of years ago.


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5 Comments

    1. “Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.”

      ― Albert Einstein

      1. Yes, imagination is humankind’s great blessing. It has gotten us to the Moon and would have, and hopefully will, get us far beyond it. Life without imagination, and the daring that goes with it, would be very dreary indeed. 🙂

  1. I’m sorry, but this article provides absolutely no data to suggest it’s a Star Gate. Absolute nonsense. There’s more chance of it being a nightclub.

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